The Internet Arcade

Sheep invade Madrid, Japan's whiskey win, One World Trade Center opens and more in our weekly look at the web

The non-profit Internet Archive is well-known for its Wayback Machine, which lets users see older, archived versions of web pages—allowing us to gawk at what Amazon looked like in 1995 or “Thefacebook” in 2004. The Internet Archive’s most recent addition, however, is a bit out of their usual domain (excuse the pun). They’ve just added 900 video games spanning the ’70s to the ’90s that can be played on your web browser—no quarters needed. From Pac Man to Astro Invader, historical archives have never been so entertaining.